Browsing College of Engineering by Subject "reservoir assessment"

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  • Seki, Arthur S; Chen, Bill H; Takahashi, Patrick K (University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1977-03-14)
    The initial conditions (physical and chemical state) of a geothermal reservoir and its fluids are important information needed in geothermal reservoir engineering for determining the future productivity of the reservoir. ...
  • Seki, Arthur S; Chen, Bill H; Takahashi, Patrick K (University of Hawaii, 1978-04)
  • Hawaii Geothermal Project (University of Hawaii, 1978-09)
    An overview of the first five years of the Hawaiian Geothermal Project and a brief report of the management and coordination activity are presented. The first three phases are: exploratory surveys, experimental drilling, ...
  • Seki, Arthur S (University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1976-08)
    The initial conditions (physical and chemical state) of a geothermal reservoir and its fluids are important information needed in geothermal reservoir engineering for determining the future productivity of the reservoir. ...
  • Chen, Bill H; Lopez, Louis P; Kuwada, James T; Farrington, Ray J (Research Corporation of the University of Hawaii / Rogers Engineering Co., Inc., 1980-09)
    The HGP-A Well underwent a substantial workover last fall. A new tie-back 7" casing was installed from surface to 3,000 ft. A two-week test was conducted in January, 1980, with full hydrogen sulfide and noise abatement. ...
  • GeothermEx, Inc. (GeothermEx, Inc., 1989-07)
    The first step in assessing a geothermal resource is to develop a hydrogeologic model which defines the three-dimensional distributions of temperature and pressure and relates these distributions to the geologic structures ...
  • Takahashi, Patrick K; Chen, Bill H; Mashima, Ken I; Seki, Arthur S (University of Hawaii at Manoa / University of Hawaii at Hilo, 1975-07)
    The paper is a comprehensive survey into the "state-of-the-art" in geothermal reservoir engineering, and while there is a general lack of hard quantitative data, there is rapid progress beginning to be made in the field. ...
  • Chen, Bill H; Kihara, Deane H; Seki, Arthur S; Yuen, Paul C (University of Hawaii at Hilo, 1979-04)
    Since the successful initial flashing on July 2, 1976, HGP-A has undergone five flash discharge tests with the longest duration of 42 days. Production records including wellhead pressure and temperature, production rate ...

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